You could lower the subframe on the right side by loosening the 2 subframe bolts on that side. I'd highly suggest you try to put in the 2. If you are also removing the control arm to replace the bushing then just remove the 2x 18mm bolts that hold the control arm and the 3x 13mm ball joint bolts. Note the order of the bushings, mounts, etc. Make sure it doesn't shift off the jack stands! After you tighten it, then you can release the spring compressors. Pull off the plastic cover for the strut and remove the 21mm nut at the top holding the strut.
I don't think that the water drops reached the dashboard, i am sure about that. Took out the barrel and it really was as simple as poor1 stated! Use a torch and you will see a round disc with a very small hole in the middle. If you have good regular front bump stops and are lowering the suspension, you can cut the old stops to get to the correct length. Failure to do so will result in your account being locked out! Make sure the air con is on, if fitted. Remove the top plastic cover to the shock. The strut is pinched in a cup.
For New Beetle only: the strut tops are under a cover. In your manual, you will see a few stretch bolts or self locking nuts used on the suspension, these are listed below. But the carpet was wet near the brakes. These are only for the lowered or sport suspensions because of the strut length! Unfortunatel y with a mk4, there is a large overhang on the rear bumper, and it isn't really well suited for a towbar, so there might not be many options our there. Unclip the clock spring airbag and take it off. Remove the plastic grommet nearest the lock on the edge of the door.
Comments and Suggestions: nicko Comments: I replaced a lock mechanism on a 2005 golf and it will not operate to allow for the door to now open. As you've already found out, the wiring in the car allows you to start the 2. If you switched to liquid shocks, check for pooled or a noticeable amount of liquid around the shock piston which indicates bad shock seals. The service manual says with the weight of 1 person in the rear. Figure 2 The first thing you want to check is the upper left corner.
Now that the lock barrel works fine, I want to make sure everything else is fine too. While you're working on one side make sure the other side hasn't fallen down! In 2001, the Mk4 Golf was face-lifted. You will find that pretty much everything between the 1. If you are having troubles with your front door lock and it needs to be replaced, this article will take you through the process step by step. Best bet is to lay the loom out as if it were in a car and that gives you a slightly better idea of whats going on. Remove the 2x 16mm bolts at the top mount. Some need to be installed upside down due to clearance and this could cause an issue when tightening the compressors.
I assume by the fusebox? Remember that you can't use an impact wrench to tighten the nuts, counterhold the strut shaft against an allen wrench on the shock shaft. If you can see the metal piston, consider changing the boot because the boot serves to protect the seals from dirt. Alrighty, I've been fighting a broken horn, which turned out to be the clock spring. So I assume due to that I will not be needing the key or immo ring? It must be held open throughout so the best way of doing that is to wrap a suitable piece of wood in some cloth and put it through the handle to keep it in the open position. Caution: As a rule of thumb, always tighten all suspension components in their normal resting position not extended or fully compressed! This way the bracket mounts purple arrows and the two grommets blue arrows and cables can remain installed in the inner door panel.
Remove the cables from the back 9. This prevents the bushings from being preloaded and wearing out prematurely. You can pull them off with a your hands or a screwdriver. Remember to lube the strut cup to help it go into place. Install suspension bolts loose-wrench tight, rest the car on ramps, then tighten the bolts to their final torque.
Then chock the wheels, apply the parking brake, and make sure the car is safe and secure before working on it! I lower the car onto ramps or wood blocks to do this. Necessary tools: — A ratchet — A T25 Torx — A T8 Torx — A flat blade screwdriver — A trim tool — A tool about 10-15 cm long or a thin flat blade screwdriver 1. Does anyone know the part for the clock spring? The arms internally moulded metal collar had corroded to the splined shaft and even using… First, determine whether you have hubcaps or rims. If so you must reset your password using the process. Does anyone have a picture of the drivers side locking mechanism? If you have all three from a 2. If this is your first visit, be sure to click and fill out your details before you can post.
He was correct after 2. The rest of installation is the reverse of removal. If the brake line is damaged then you could lose braking action! The shaft must be pressed down all the way to turn the internal adjuster. Remove the T8 Torx screw 7. Once they are loosened, gently lower the subframe to get a little more clearance. This means that the original key can be used in all the locks including the ignition. You can use an impact wrench to zip off the nut but don't use it to tighten the nut! Repeat for the other side.